There is nothing like autumn in New England. Nothing beats driving through winding country roads, listening to James Taylor, driving up the East coast to explore all that Maine has to offer, from its mom and pop shops to L.L. Bean, which celebrates 100 years next year, to towns like Ogunquit and sampling freshly caught lobster that is the taste of Maine. Continue reading
For some people, autumn is the most wonderful time of year because this is the only time leaves turn beautiful bright hues of red, orange and yellow. That noticeable nip in the air allows us the chance to take out those cable knit sweaters waiting to be worn. There’s nothing like walking through crisp fall leaves on the ground, like we did when we were kids. Autumn in Ohio offers a distinct taste of classic Americana. But it isn’t just about the fabulous fall foliage here. The Buckeye State offers a plethora of autumnal events, not to mention the many family farms and corn mazes you can visit across this great state, for good-old fashioned family entertainment.